VIBRATE!FESTIVAL
SUPERSTRINGS ORCHESTRA

international chamber orchestra

“If string theory is right, the microscopic fabric of our universe is a richly intertwined multidimensional labyrinth within which the strings of the universe endlessly twist and vibrate, rhythmically beating out the laws of the cosmos.”Brian Greene, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory

The vibrate!festival Superstrings Orchestra was founded by violinist and composer Vlad Maistorovici to bring together string players from world-class Romanian and European ensembles in an international orchestra based in Romania.

Having among its members artists that have appeared at vibrate!festival, and sharing the same artistic vision, the values of the ensemble are excellence, tradition, innovation and diversity in classical music.

The line-up takes a different shape in each project acording to repertoire, from unconducted chamber ensemble, to large orchestra.

Past projects members:

Vlad Maistorovici, musical director

Colin Alexander (BBC Symphony Orchestra, Mercury Quartet, Tre Voci)

Roxana Bârsan-Curtgeafar (Brașov Philharmonic principal, 4Tune Quartet)

Traian Boală (Arcadia Quartet, Cluj Philharmonic principal)

Matthijs Broersma (Gemeaux Quartet, Cellophony)

Meghan Cassidy (Solstice Quartet)

Pau Codina (Idomeneo Quartet, Cellophony)

Ștefan Cazacu (Romanian National Youth Orchestra)

Florentina Ciornei (Bucharest National Opera principal)

Răsvan Dumitru (Arcadia Quartet, Cluj Philharmonic principal)

Monica Goicea (National Radio Orchestra Bucharest)

Georgiana Frâncu-Nae (Ploiești Philharmonic)

Arissa Fugita (Gemeaux Quartet)

Alexandru Hamzea (Brașov Philharmonic)

Bartholomew LaFollette (Yehudi Menuhin School)

Ovidiu Nauncef (Brașov Philharmonic)

Shiry Rashkovsky (Philharmonia Orchestra associate member, Multi-Story Orchestra principal)

Ema Rotomeza (Menuhin Academy Soloists)

Radu Ropotan (Brașov Philharmonic)

Valentin Șerban (Les Dissonances)

Francesco Sica (Gemeaux Quartet, Monte Piano Trio)

Aida Carmen-Soanea (Amar Quartet)

Andrei Stanciu (Menuhin Academy Soloists)

Andreea Țimiraș (Sicilian Symphony Orchestra, Imago Mundi)

Carolina Weltrowska (MidtWest)

 

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